Ozzy Inguanzo is a filmmaker and has held a variety of creative and administrative roles in Hollywood for more than ten years. He is the author of Constructing Green Lantern: From Page to Screen.
"The ultimate chronicle of cinema's most terrifying zombie
classics, packed with long-forgotten gems, and the exhilarating
story of how filmmakers collectively spawned a genre that never
dies." -Sam Raimi
"Author Ozzy Inguanzo has compiled a very impressive look at zombies in the movies, and the result is an excellent guide even the heartiest of dead-fans will want to own. I've reviewed many zombie film companions over the years, but this is by far one of the best. Chocked full of pictures, you will be hard-pressed to find a more revealing book than this one. Zombies on Film is at times witty, however it is always informative...the snapshots are the best part of this book. Some are simple shots of the movie posters used to promote the films, while others are huge HD images taken straight from the movies themselves. This alone is a good enough reason to buy this guide. Zombies on Film is a big win for me, and I recommend any movie-lover or zombie-fan to snatch this one up immediately. The book will also make an excellent Christmas gift for the living-dead-lover in your life. It is available now, so make a note." -Shattered Ravings
"Zombies on Film: The Definitive Story of Undead Cinema takes readers on an illustrative journey through all nine decades of undead cinema. It chronicles popular culture's most terrifyingly enduring and endearing monsters in the medium in which their shuffling, rotting, flesh-eating characteristics were created and shaped -- at the movies!" -Extra TV "Both book and blurb are gravely entertaining takes on a genre that refuses to stay buried." -Variety Magazine